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    Charles Manson Signed Partial Satisfaction of Judgement Legal Papers. Voytek Frykowski, one of the murder victims of the Manson gang's horrific raid on Cielo Drive August 9, 1969, was found dead, according to Vincent Bugliosi's book Helter Skelter, "shot twice, hit over the head thirteen times with a blunt object, and stabbed fifty-one times." By California law, any royalties due Manson for his music go to the families of his victims, and two-page Partial Satisfaction of Judgement legal document, dated February 24, 1994, refers to Bartek Frykowski suing Geffen Records, for which Guns 'N Roses recorded Manson's song "The Spaghetti Incident." Frykowski acknowledges payment of $72,608.26, with the balance due tabulated at $1,338,873.74. Manson has boldly signed this copy in the upper right area of the first page in black ink. The document lists the infamous gang as defendants: "Charles Manson, Charles 'Tex' Watson, Susan Denise Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkle and Linda Kasabian." The nightmares continue, as this document demonstrates. A full Manson signature in unusual form, and in Excellent condition.

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